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“The People Who Cast The Votes Don’t Decide An Election, The People Who COUNT The Votes Do.”

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As these videos show, voting machines, including those who read the printed ballots, are easily hackable. Can an election be stolen? Yes. You can deny it, but these videos prove it can be done. If it can be done, it most likely has been done, and will most likely be done in the future. – Shorty Dawkins, Associate Editor

This article, with a number of videos, comes from

Stealing Elections Is Easier Than You Can Imagine

Princeton University scientists showed how easy it is to steal elections by tampering with voting machines:

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Here’s a summary:

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So did University of California at Santa Barbara computer scientists:

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So did a documentary filmmaker, to the shock of an election official and poll worker:

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{Associate Editor’s Note: There are a half a dozen more videos on the Washingtons blog post for you to see. Go here to see them}


Shorty Dawkins



  1. Until all ballots are counted by hand under close scrutiny several times over, there Is no way to tell if the results are factual. These videos prove that the machines are vulnerable to tampering and should no longer be used.

  2. Voter fraud: Standard operating practice.The left and the mainstream media accuse anyone who wants honest elections of “voter suppression.” Why? Because they rig elections with fraudulent votes to grab power to which to move their sinister agenda.

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